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He described the stench of this franchise so comprehensively during a 2012 interview on HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel , you would swear the Zen Master had doused himself in James Dolan's cologne.
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All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge is not expected to play for Portland when the Warriors visit on Sunday, allowing them to avoid facing the Trail Blazers' top scorer and rebounder due to a lower back contusion.
The New York Knicks were desperate for a point guard at the NBA trade deadline and they almost made an enormous mistake.
Logic dictates that every contender has to have at least one competent backup big man.
"Hot in Herre," the seminal 2002 Nelly song, has been playing on loop on Latino Mix 105.7 in Los Angeles since around 3pm Friday afternoon.
A massive rebuilding project will soon begin in midtown Manhattan, where the New York Knicks have turned to Phil Jackson, a former coach with unrivaled credentials, to run the front office and restore order to the shambles at Madison Square Garden.
Friday night's 105-93 loss that essentially eliminated the Minnesota Timberwolves from playoff contention everywhere but mathematically provided one thing you just don't see very often and something else you'll never see again.
Utah Jazz forward Marvin Williams and Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford will miss the teams' game Friday night because of injuries.
Chris Paul showed the Los Angeles Clippers the path to the podium; Doc Rivers illuminated the trail, but Blake Griffin has been the one leading the actual procession.
Adidas has unveiled a new "Rose City" edition of the Crazy 1 sneakers for Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard.
Even with nagging injuries to J.J. Redick and Jamal Crawford, the Clippers are still stacked with talent and full of depth.
Given that the Boston Celtics have effectively packed it in for 2013-14, it may seem that there is not much for fans to get excited about as the team careens toward the lottery.
No team in the NBA has a more athletic front-court than the L.A. Clippers, and Doc Rivers sure has taken advantage of that.
T he Bedge's most popular posters reportedly held a site meeting after the Blazers lost their fourth straight game on Wednesday.
The Trail Blazers are tumbling down the hill at an alarming rate. They were first in the West for the first two months of the season.
Reggie Jackson has performed admirably this season, as a reserve and also as a starter in place of the injured Russell Westbrook.